Accounting program

Specialized classes and liberal arts studies to prepare you for today's competitive, complex and changing business world.

Business Administration program
Business Administration

For students planning to enter areas of office management, administrative assistant, customer service and quality control.

Computer Information Technology program
Computer Info Technology

Degrees and certificates in program development, infrastructure, office applications, computer support and web development.


Business programs prepare you for immediate employment in today’s competitive, complex and changing business world or to transfer to a four-year school. The curriculum includes business-specific classes and liberal arts studies.

Students planning to enter the job market upon graduation generally pursue an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree or a Certificate of Achievement. Those who plan to transfer to four-year institutions to pursue a bachelor’s degree should refer to the requirements for the Associate in Science and Arts (ASA) degree. During your first semester at NMC, you should consult a counselor or academic advisor for guidance in scheduling courses to meet your objectives.

Degrees Available

Occupational Specialty Programs

Transfer Options (Follow ASA Degree Requirements)

Online & Other Learning Options

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Internship information

Business and Technical Division internships at NMC are an opportunity for students to explore career or interest areas, apply classroom theory to a real situation, and gain practical experience for resume building. Learn more and apply here.

In the News:

What Is a Good Credit Score?

March 5, 2018

NMC Business Instructor Steve Rice is interviewed about the importance of a good credit score and how to build good credit.